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The Best Lehigh Valley Fall Festivals Begin This Weekend!


If you are from or know of the Lehigh Valley, then you know it's quite full of festivals. While most areas save their festivals for the summer months, the Lehigh Valley fills 12 months of the year with festival fun. This is especially true during the fall months, where there are almost too many festivals to list!

However, we're going to give you a few of our favorites from throughout the area that we hope to see you at!

West Ward Boil and Brews - Easton, September 15

Located at Black & Blue at 683 Walnut Street, Boil and Brews Summer's End Seafood Boil includes Drinks & Live Music. It's an event for the whole family and will feature Blue Crabs, Crawfish , Crab Cakes, Potatoes, Southern Sweets, Corn on the Cob and more. Food and drink to be served by the Beermuda Triangle: Black & Blue, Porters’ Pub, and Two Rivers Brewing.

Music Line-up:

1:30-3:30pm Blue Jean

4:00-6:00pm Acoustic Kitty Duo

6:00-8:00pm Joe Cirotti Band

Celtic Classic - Bethlehem, September 28 - 30

The grand daddy of the fall events, Celtic Classic, or "Celtic Fest" as it's affectionately known, is home to the Highland Festival and Games that feature our favorite event, caber tossing. Celtic Fest is also home to fantastic food, music, and, of course, whiskey.

Oktoberfest - Bethlehem, October 5–7 & 12-14

A bit of a new coming to the scene, Oktoberfest at SteelStacks in Bethlehem has expanded and developed over its short history. It now features two fun-filled weekends and a lot of beer.

It also has the Oktoberfest Brewers’ Village presented by Weis Markets – October 12-13; Wiener Dog Races! – October 6-7 & 13-14; The Hasselhoff-Off – Friday, October 5; and the Yuengling Oktoberfest 5K – Sunday, October 7.

PA Bacon Fest - Easton, November 3 & 4

If you're a fan of bacon, then you've found your favorite Lehigh Valley event. From bacon ice cream to bacon-themed alcoholic drinks, Bacon Fest has quickly become one of the more quirky and beloved events in the Lehigh Valley. Be sure to check out some of the fantastic recipes that local restaurants and vendors cook up for this event. They will blow you away!

Of course, there are so many other events that we're looking forward to including pumpkin patches and Halloween parades. No matter where you wind up, enjoy another great fall season in the Lehigh Valley.

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